• Toronto-based artist Rae Davis has worked for almost forty years in the fields of performance art and theatre. Her work as a director, author and designer of performance works and plays has received wide recognition, and her projects have...
  • Barbara Sternberg is one of Canada’s leading experimental film artists. Her films have been recognized nationally and internationally, having been presented at venues including the Ontario Cinematheque, the Toronto Festival of Festivals,...
  • McFadden’s Flats is part of an ongoing project in which the artist uses visual excerpts from old comic books, sketches, her own doodle approximations and mark-making, as well as details from previous works. The vocabulary of signs is the...
  • Born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in 1970, Luanne Martineau studied art at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD) and the Alberta College of Art and Design. She graduated from the University of British Columbia with an MFA in 1995...
  • Bouchard and Drufrasne usually work independently but for a few years they have been working together in some occasions. Those collaborations are the result of a close relationship, a real friendship and numerous intellectual affinities....
  • Martin Dufrasne is a BA graduate in environmental design from Université du Québec in Montréal. He also obtained a BA in interdisciplinary arts from Université du Québec in Chicoutimi. He exhibited his work in 1998 at Le Lieu (Québec) and...
  • Carl Bouchard graduated from Université du Québec in Chicoutimi’s visual arts department. Since then, he has exhibited in many artist-run centers throughout Québec: at Séquence, SKOL and Langage Plus among others. He participated in De...
  • Duane SLICK was born in Iowa and is an enrolled member of the Meskwaki Nation of Iowa, His mother is a member of the Ho-Chunk Nation of Nebraska. Slick's works have been described as “dream paintings whose aim is the exploration of matters...
  • Natasha MAZURKA obtained a Master of Fine Art from Concordia University, where she was the recipient of the J.W. McConnell Fellowship. Mazurka is the recipient of grants from the City of Ottawa and the Ontario Arts Council. She has...
  • Michael MARKOWSKY makes drawings and paintings while riding inside or on top of moving cars, buses, boats, trains and airplanes. Recently, Michael was named one of Canada's official new 'war artists'; he will travel to the north pole with...
  • Sharon KATZ is a visual artist working in animated and still imagery. Her day job is pursuing the heady elixir of art, whatever that is at any given moment. Her work can be found screening at film festivals, fixed to the walls of various...
  • Phil DELISLE is a painter exploring various methods for representing artistic process. His works explore the conventions of framing; often having many paintings within paintings. In recent works he has sought to leave evidence of process...
  • PAINT Phil Delisle, Sharon Katz, Michael Markowsky, Natasha Mazurka and Duane Slick • Curator: Leanne L’Hirondelle Painting - the act and the physical work - can create slippages between high and low, product and object, and/or process...
  • Workshop: 2-4pm (registration fee of $5.00) Reading: starts at 8pm however seating starts at 7:30pm. (free) Saturday, March 10, 2012 Ron Silliman has been called "the most industrious literary American since Benjamin Franklin." Join him...
  • 7pm Friday, February 24, 2012 You are cordially invited to the book launch of the poem-book “Aullido”, already presented in Chile, the latest book of the Chilean-Canadian poet Claudio Durán. There will be also an open set. Claudio...
  • Polymental takes the viewer on surprisingly divergent paths. According to Blatherwick, painting “is a conceptual pursuit which is made more human after being filtered through his admittedly quirky sensibility and translated via the...
  • David Blatherwick is an artist, curator, educator and writer. He currently lives in Elora, Ontario. He obtained his M.A from UQAM and has shown his works extensively in Canada. For more information on David Blatherwick and his works,...
  • To enter the work of Donald Odita is to enter the honest mind of an artist at the crossroads. The crossroads, as it is in The Blues, that earthy though mystical place where the real world meets the aspirations of a world that could be,...
  • Odili Donald Odita was born in Nigera. He is a visual artist, a curator, and a writer currently living in New York City. His works are recognized internationally. Odita has worked with many institutions such as Exit Art (New York), Momenta...
  • Is it safe to suggest that art, in all forms, questions authority? As our century draws to a close, we can glance back to the beginning and notice that each movement that emerged perceptually delved into the realm of inventing new ideas,...

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